أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف العاشر الفصل الأول 2022-2023

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أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف العاشر الفصل الأول 2022- 2023

Contents

Coverage

Preparation — grammar

Preparation — functional language

Term 1 Academic Year 2022- 2023

The Coverage, Grammar and Functional Power Point

Within Will find inforrnation the for this term. The lexis family that Will is as well as the particular grammatical and Kinctional language EXints that will tested in the exams at the end of this term. In the preparation sections, pu find examples and explanations for the grammatical and functional language points that will be this term The grammar preparation has an example that the grammatical It follows this With an explanation of the meaning of the example sentence. Next. the swcific grammatical syucture used w'thin the example sentence is tolloved by an explanation of the circumstances uMer which the particular structure is Mcre example using the strudure are given at the end Of the slide

In the functional lanwage prepaation section. there are examples of the particular langu point followed by an explanation of how the particular are used. In the assæiated grammar section. language that comprise the structure or can be used to in cnnjunction With the to express the stipulated function are detailed  Although detaied. the slides within this PowerPoint are to used as a starting point for teachers construct lessons around the language points that are explored here. The slides are intended to be used individually as a resource Within a lesson and to be incogxjrated as part Of instruction incrernentally throughout the term to ensure that students have to all ttE language points in the mverage ahead Of their end term exam. Therefore, the PowerPoint should not be presented at a single event or in its entirety Some functional language points may overlap with grammatical points in the coverage. and in that it is possible to combine slides. However, this resource should be to a Of individual slkes that teact -ers can use to enhance studnts' learning

 

The PowerPoint is beina 4 isolave on the screen

Meaning  The speaker is saying that he / she is showing a PowerPoint on a screen, so everyone can see it

Grammatical structure  Passive: present continuous passive

object + is / are + being + past participl

Usage  We use present continuous for actions that are in progress right now. We use the passive form when we want to focus on the object or thing the action is happening to and not who / what is doing the action

Other examples  Amal's book is beinq published

The patient to the nearest hospital

My sister is heing transferred to a new office

 

Unless hungry. the last slice of banana bread

Meaning  The speaker is saying he will have the last slice Of banana bread if the Other doesn't want it

Grammatical structure   Conditionals: first and second conditbnal

unless + first / second conditional

Usage  We use 'unless' in first or second conditional sentences to say that this is the only situation in which the result won't happen'

Other examples  Salem will not go to sleep unless- you -eat him a story

Unless -you eat healthy and exercise daily, you will never lose weigh

Unless were really  hungry that kind of food

 

Teaching is one of the best jobs in the world
 

Meaning  The speaker means to say that there is more than one 'best job' in the world but teaching is one of them

Grarnmatical structure  Adjectives: superlatives

Subject + verb + one of / some of I among the + superlative phrase

Usage We use superlative adjectives to compare nouns. We use superlatives with one Of / some Of I among the to soften the superlative. We are not talking about one thing that is at the absolute top, rather it is amongst top Of these things

Other examples China is amongtn eyea this countries Egypt produces Of finest cottQn in the world

Crows are considered one of the most inte"ioent birds

 

The man workinq in the shop gave me my change
 

Meaning  The speaker is specifying the exact person they are talking about

Grarnmatical structure Clauses: defining relative clauses reduced relative clauses with verb + '-ing

defining infinitive clauses (NP + 'to' + VP1inf + VP2inf)

Usage A defining relative clause gives us essential information about a noun within the sentence without which the sentence is not clear. A defining relative clause can be reduced if it modifies the subject of the sentence. One way to reduce it is by the use of verb '-ing'. A 'to' infinitive can replace a defining relative clause after ordinal numbers, superlatives and 'next,' 'last' and 'only

Other examples  The first Emirati to into soace was Hazza A1 Mansouri

Ahmed is always the first person

The students playing- football missed the bus

 

Even though the coat great on you, it's too expensive to buy
 

Meaning This person lovely in the coat but, in contrast to that, it costs tm nuch so
they aren't going to buy it

Grarnmatical structure Prepositions: Conjunctions: subordinating although / even though + noun, Ging form of a verb) or a pronoun in spite of I despite + noun, (-ing form of a verb) or a pronoun

Usage The sutnrdinating conjunctions 'although' and 'even though' and the prepositions 'in spite of and 'despite' are all used to link two ideas and highlight that the contrasting idea doesn't the fact. They can be used at the or in the middle of the sentence

Other examples Despite Being sick, she to get her homework done on time

He didn't get the job, having 10 years of experience

I engoyed your class,  I would've liked more balance gnses

 

My doctor said that my arm was healing

 

Meaning According to the doctor, the arm is getting The direct would — "Your arm is healing

Grammatical structure Reported reprting verbs verbs + 'that' + cornplement clause

Usage Reportad is when we tell what another said. To do this, we 'backshift' the tense so. for example. present simple tense past simple tense, and past simple past Mect simple

Other examples She said that she had injured her knees

 

 

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